Funny - Tropical Hibiscus Trimming


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Hey Guys!

So I made this new oak enclosure for my veiled cham, and the plant in it is a tropical hibiscus, I chose this plant because it is safe for chams to eat, I've seen him eat a few leaves.. But when I looked in his enclosure and saw that most of the soft, green stems were all gone and some leaves had mouth-sized bite marks in them, I couldn't help but laugh! I mean these things were bit 3 inches down!

Has anyone else experienced something like this?
Could this be a sign of dehydration?


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Is it a veiled cham?

they tend to eat vegitation.some more than others.

it has been hypothesized that chams do this when dehydrated, so what color are his urates and how often do you mist?
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